Twilight Inspired Scrapbooking Supplies
(originally posted on Blogger on May 31, 2010)
or have you already been?
|The New Moon log in the dark dank forest near my house|
a little company called
These cards are perfect for those planning a trip to Forks or who have already been.
Check out their website to order Twilight inspired scrapbook products online right now.
Here’s a glimpse at some of the cool pics they’ve spent so much time getting (I seriously wonder if Lulu or janie got into traffic trouble getting the first photo):
|seriously, how awesome is this
shot of a silver Volvo
and Bella’s red truck in Forks
|love the title on this one|
|authentic First Beach|
|my mini E and B in the treetop
just like in Twilight – love that scene!
|that’s my FSE! My baby’s all grown up!|
|got an Eclipse party coming up?|
|Perfect for your Forks trip pages|
|Bella’s truck in front of the Port Angeles Theatre
Real filming spots for Jacob’s House, the Cullen House, and Breakup Log
|Guess what Christmas cards I gave out last year?
These are my absolute favourite holiday cards!
Once again check our janie+lulu now!
Have any questions for these girls? Contact them here.
Wanna hear their story? Here’s the background on these chickees and how they came to make such great stuff
We LOVED the energy in Forks and the surrounding area and were so impressed by how the local people played along to make their town into the literary setting (a vampire Disneyland, if you will) without making it feel commercialized. During our stay we always had the feeling that the mythical characters from the Twilight series could really be standing next to us at the grocery store or keeping a careful watch over us from the never ending forest. We were in the same land of make believe as our 5 and 8 year old kids and it felt terrific! It’s hard to make a souvenir that represents that kind of feeling, the feeling of possibility, but that is exactly what we felt compelled to do.Living on the edge of our own breathtaking forest in North Vancouver BC, we were surrounded by the film crews for New Moon and Eclipse this year and we were able to build on our Forks-inspired ideas with local photographs. An important aspect of our Route 101 Adventures is that we do not visit active film locations, we do not seek out the cast or crew, and we do not trespass on any private property. Our thrill is in being able to identify locations from other media sources and to then make a “possibility shot” involving that idea.
Upon returning home, we drew upon our combined backgrounds in graphic design and print to transform our holiday photos into whimsical stories that convey the magical energy of the Olympic Peninsula. Our images are not about the celebrities, the actual plot line of the Stephenie Meyer novels or vampire themes of blood and fangs. When shown our images, people actually ask us “How did you find a wolf print?” and “How did you get the photo of the vampires running?”. Apparently our intent to stimulate the imagination and take people to a world where mythical characters exist among us is working…